Monthly Archives: June 2020

Why is my stoma so active at night?

Having a very active stoma at night can be very inconvenient, frustrating & sometimes feel never-ending. Most of the time, your stoma going into overdrive at night could be explained by a few reasons, so give this blog post a read and see if you’ve thought of any of the following. However, as always, if […]

‘A Stoma Patient’s Right To Die’ – The importance of emotional support within a patient’s stoma journey

You may, or may not, have seen the recent news last week regarding a male Inflammatory Bowel Disease patient, aged 34, at Barnsley hospital being given the right to die because he didn’t want to live with a permanent stoma bag. Before I go any further with this blog post, I am going to say […]

Right to Die

Euthanasia

You may have seen across social media that in the news a judge in the UK ruled that a man could exercise his right to “control the end of his life” if he needed to have a stoma. I will include both links to the news stories and I can only speak from my own […]

What is a flush stoma?

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You may, or may have never, heard of this term. You may have also heard it being spoken about along with protruding or retracting stomas. A flush stoma is a stoma that sits level with the abdominal skin level. My experience with a flush stoma I have had issues with this, which was caused by […]